Addressing the event, Vietnamese Ambassador to the RoK Nguyen Vu Tung highlighted the supplementary relations of the Vietnamese and Korean economies, as the RoK’s strengths in manufacturing-processing match Vietnam’s investment attraction, industrialisation and modernisation orientations.
Korean technology combined with the intrinsic advantages and openness of Vietnam's economy creates the competitiveness of goods in the global value chain, he held.
Chairman of the People’s Committee of Ha Nam Truong Quoc Huy introduced advantages of the locality as well as its smooth policy and clear commitments in administrative reform to support foreign investors in land use, labourer, capital and investment procedures. He highly valued RoK investors for their high technology and efficiency.
At the event, Ha Nam also highlighted its potential, investment opportunities and investment attraction policies. Local leaders also responded to questions by Korean firms related to investment procedures.
Ha Nam is striving to become a centrally-run city in 2035 and one of the major high technology hubs in the Red River Delta region and the country.
So far, Ha Nam has attracted more than 350 foreign invested projects worth over 5 billion USD, including 148 funded by RoK investors with combined capital of over 1.7 billion USD.
The RoK currently leads 13 countries and territories investing in Ha Nam in both project number and value. Outstanding Korean firms operating in the province include Seoul Semiconductor Co., Ltd, Anam Electronic Co.,Ltd, Kortek Co., Ltd, and Dream Plastic.